What Does Success Mean to You? (My Take)

How was your summer?  Amazing?  Great? Ehh?  Shitty?  Too fast?  Too hot?  No matter how it was, the week after Labor day means the start of “getting back to normal,” and of course football season.  This means, it’s the time of year that people either choose to hunker down and recommit to their goals OR …

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5 Lessons to Learn from Moms

For all the moms today, Happy Mother’s Day!  Hope it’s been a good day and just wanted to say, You’re Awesome! Today’s article deals with 5 lessons that we can learn from Moms.  Enjoy! 1 – Celebrate Victories The research is pretty convincing that when you celebrate small wins and achievements you are more likely to continue …

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Fitness Challenge Day

At the end of last year and earlier this year I’ve held two client socials. These were ways for people who didn’t know each other to come together and meet and socialize. The next one is going to be slightly different. Below are the details and differences: 1 – It will be held on a Saturday …

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10 Ways to Improve Your Workouts

What is often missing from workout routines is a critical ingredient: A way for you to progress the workouts. Today, will list 10 ways you can improve your workouts: 5 from a cardio perspective and 5 from a strength/toning perspective. If you put these methods to work, you can see some very good results, but, …

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How to Win: Your New vs Old Self

Often times, when I’m trying to make a change, I like to think that I’m playing a game – My Old and Impulsive Self vs. My New and Wise Self. As such, there are times when my old self wins. This is where I will sleep in when I should wake up early or stay …

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The Hardest Step

Often times I hear, taking the first step is the hardest. I call Bullshit. I call bullshit because you, me and every person you and I know have started a lot more things than we’ve finished. If starting were the hardest part, that simply wouldn’t be the case. So…does that mean, the end is the …

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